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Parx reversible range combines adventure with aesthetics
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Mar '14
Parx, the premium casual lifestyle brand for Gen-Next, presents the innovative and irresistible Reversible collection with products ranging from jackets, knits, shorts, shirts and denims that can be worn both ways. 
 
The Designers’ Choice collection comprising Ombre T-shirts, reversible Jackets, Shorts and T-shirts, bright colored Chinos and Shirts, which are extremely trendy. Reversible shorts can be worn both ways with coordinated colorful jackets and muted solid tees. One solid side complements the bright yarn dyed contrasts side. 
 
Offered in the resort fit, it comes in two different sizes in four pleasant diverse combos. Also, a part of the collection is an exclusive trendy reversible pastel bright and softer handfeel stretch denim offered in slim fit!  
 
Parx also conjures an eclectic mix of Next Nature collections inspired by nature and its bright colours, lovely Lounge Wear, Sporty wear and the Holiday Shop Collection. This eclectic mix is ideal for the adventurous who seek aesthetics that will make the geological, botanical and the digital look alluringly fresh and thought provoking.  
 
Elaborating on the details of this latest collection, Mr. Sharad Walia, Brand Head – Parx , said, “Neo. Next. New! This Spring Summer, Parx redefines ones craving for the new and eulgoises fashion trends galore! Look out for the bright summer chinos in slim fits paired with solid slub t-shirts or casual holiday look in shorts and t-shirts that are extremely comfortable. 
 
Alternatively one can opt for a clean white look with white solid mandarin collar shirt in 100% linen paired with linen trousers. Denim shirts paired with slim fit chinos are a must buy for this season. Ombre t-shirts paired with khakis give a cool casual look.”
 
Parx Next Nature collection celebrates the visual exuberance and the lush organic appeal of the wild looking plant life that forms the shape, surface and graphics. The designs are sporty and simple; shapes are clean and slim. 
 
The look of the collection is modern, simple and uncluttered. The colour palette for Spring Summer ‘14 palette is bright with hues of greens, yellow and oranges. Key colors for the season are Chartreuse Green and Yellow, which convey a sense of freshness and vibrancy. 
 
Texture is a crucial element in the spring summer collection that experiments with a wide range of fabric bases such as linen/slub mélange. Ombre is another important aspect in this collection.
 
Lounge wear is a new category that is introduced in SS’14 collection which includes interesting boxer shorts in printed designs, vests and knitted shorts that complete the wardrobe. 
 
Another important collection for spring summer is the Holiday Shop collection – a complete solution for holiday wear. This collection comprises of linen shirts, three fourth cargo pants and white shirts. As well as the White collection of shirts, trousers and knits with different fabric bases and styles render a clean and simple look. Coloured range of shirts and trousers with SOLIDS being the key highlight of this Collection.
 
Drool over the shirts with checks, balanced checks, stripes, Twill & Oxford detail, New Age Pattern, Slim Prim, Cross Look and Grindle – a two ply special effect yarn made of two colours, which gives a disrupted look. 

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